Maxine Sullivan



Maxine Sullivan

Rating
Active
1930 to 1980
Born
May 13, 1911 in Pennsylvania
Died
April 7, 1987
Location
Homestead, Pennsylvania, United States
Biography
Maxine Sullivan (born Marietta Williams, May 13, 1911 - April 7, 1987) was an American jazz vocalist and performer. As a vocalist, Maxine Sullivan was active for half a century, from the mid-1930s to just before her death in 1987. She is best known for her 1937 recording of a swing version of the Scottish folk song "Loch Lomond". Throughout her career, Sullivan also appeared as a performer on film as well as on stage. A precursor to better-known later vocalists such as Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday, and Sarah Vaughan, Maxine Sullivan is considered one of the best jazz vocalists of the 1930s.

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Albums, Releases & Mixtapes


Together

Together

Maxine Sullivan February 1, 2015

15 Tracks

We Just Couldn't Say Goodbye

We Just Couldn't Say Goodbye

Maxine Sullivan January 2, 2015

23 Tracks

Loch Lomond

Loch Lomond

Maxine Sullivan June 6, 2014

24 Tracks

Swing Street : Original 1931-1939) Recordings

Swing Street : Original 1931-1939) Recordings

Maxine Sullivan May 3, 2011

24 Tracks

5 x Maxine Sulivan

5 x Maxine Sulivan

Maxine Sullivan December 28, 2010

5 Tracks

Complete Jazz Series 1937 - 1938

Complete Jazz Series 1937 - 1938

Maxine Sullivan June 29, 2009

23 Tracks

Complete Jazz Series 1938 - 1941

Complete Jazz Series 1938 - 1941

Maxine Sullivan June 29, 2009

20 Tracks

Complete Jazz Series 1941 - 1946

Complete Jazz Series 1941 - 1946

Maxine Sullivan June 29, 2009

24 Tracks

A Tribute to Andy Razaf

A Tribute to Andy Razaf

Maxine Sullivan July 25, 2006

12 Tracks

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